Sunday, December 28, 2014

Most Influential? Most Significant? Achiever?

Because of the constant drubbing she gets from the 'Lame Stream Media' (see post below), few folks would recognize those words in the title of this post as describing former Governor Sarah Palin.  But they are all true.

"It would be the height of churlishness for even the most inveterate leftist to deny the import of someone who made Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People" list, and then the Smithsonian Institution's "100 Most Significant Americans Of All Time" list.  Both affirmations were earned by former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

To then accept Governor Palin as "American Achiever of the Year 2014" would be for most, if not all on the left (and to be fair, many in the GOP) no doubt a bridge too far.  However, such partisanship should not stand in the way of a general acknowledgement of what was a remarkable year for Palin.

Palin achieved what such luminaries as President Obama did not: a place in the Smithsonian's prestigious "Most Significant" list." 

In this years 2014 elections, she endorsed 22 candidates -- 20 were elected!! By way of comparison - Hellary Clinton endorsed 24 candidates -- 8 were elected. 

Bright, beautiful, working mother, governor, hunter, fisherman, reality show host... Sarah does it all.... and with her own style!
For more on this lady - click here to read Joe Sheppard's column in the American Thinker Blog. 

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